Even if you stocked up hard at the first calls for physical distancing, you’ll undoubtedly need to grab some more groceries soon.
In order for you to do so without leaving home, we’ve rounded up 17 grocery delivery options that you can order from, all across Toronto.
Whether you’re looking to get some essentials or indulge in some schmancy treats from McEwan’s or Pusateri’s, here’s where you can get your hands on some fresh eats:
Using this service, you can shop the isles of your favourite grocery stores including FreshCo, Longo’s, Rowe Farms, and more.
Through Instacart, you can shop the options at local grocery stores without leaving home. Get your fill of Ben & Jerry’s, Califia Farms, and other scrumptious options, from the comfort of your couch.
You can organize weekly deliveries of groceries from Hello Fresh that suit meal plans, meaning you get all the ingredients you need, plus the how-to on whipping up delicious dishes.
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This Longo’s service releases delivery times each day, so you can check in the morning to see what the availability is for that day. Lucky for you, that means you won’t have to wait several days for a fresh bag of coffee beans.
Those within the delivery zone of this gourmet grocer can use Cornershop to access its goods.
Shop online for all the same options you’ve come to know at Metro, place your order, and opt for delivery to your front door or curbside pickup at your nearest location.
Believe it or not, Uber Eats offers delivery from select convenience stores across the city. Search “convenience” or “grocery” in the app, and you’ll have access to shopping whichever stores are nearest you. Haagen-Dazs, Doritos and Arizona, come through.
Order direct from the Pusateri’s website, or select your favourite options from the gourmet grocer through Uber Eats. Either way, you’ll have mouthwatering chocolates and kombucha in your kitchen in no time.
H Mart, Pacific Fresh Food Market, and Lucky Moose Food Mart are only a few of the Asian grocers that have partnered up with this delivery service. Stock up on your favourite specialty items and support small businesses while you’re at it.
Available for delivery through Inabuggy or curbside pickup direct from the store, McEwan’s fine foods can still take an afternoon snack of cheese and crackers up several notches.
Uber Eats and Foodora are both offering delivery on goods from this Italian marketplace. You’ve probably already eaten plenty of pasta, but why not tuck into the freshest version of the stuff next time?
Specifically for frontline workers, this delivery service matches shoppers with critical workers who need their groceries picked up for them. If you’re a healthcare worker, you can request to be matched with someone who can take care of the shopping for you and bring the bounty to your door.
Order before 4 pm for next-day, contactless delivery from this grocery service. Shop meat and seafood, dairy, baked goods and juices, plus cleaning products, too.
The Local Corner Store
Local Liberty Village has converted itself into a corner store that offers produce, baked goods, booze, toilet paper, and other essentials. They’re even doing up some ready-to-eat meals, too. Available through Door Dash, the spot is offering 10% off and free delivery, or curbside pickup instead.
Kendal Hills Farm
This farmers market opens at noon every Thursday, allowing you to place delivery orders for the following week. Select from a bounty of local meats, eggs, dairy products, and fresh produce.
Mother Cocktail Bar
You can stock up on produce and pantry items from this cocktail-bar turned provisions shop, located on Queen West. Items available include sourdough bread, homemade ginger beer, kombucha, local coffee beans, and more.
The Healthy Butcher
This high-quality meatery was offering delivery on its goods until it got totally overwhelmed by the response. The spot is currently on hiatus, but its website is still live to accept additions to its waitlist. If you signup, when delivery resumes, you’ll be among the first to know.